News & Views
Immigration Law | Tuesday 4 August 2020
Successful TOEIC appellants to be granted 2.5 years Leave to Remain
The client was represented by Greg Ó Ceallaigh of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team, instructed by Roberta Haslam & Theodora Middleton of Bindmans LLP.
Immigration Law, Administrative and Public Law | Wednesday 27 November 2019
Supreme Court holds that Dublin III Detention between January 2014 and March 2017 was unlawful
Irena Sabic of Garden Court was instructed by Bahar Ata of Duncan Lewis; Greg Ó Ceallaigh of Garden Court was instructed by Krisha Prathepan of Duncan Lewis and Raza Halim of Garden Court was instructed by Kaweh Beheshtizadeh of Fadiga and Co.
Immigration Law | Tuesday 4 December 2018
Upper Tribunal rules Home Office’s removal of disputed minor to Germany unlawful and orders his return to UK
QH is represented by Sonali Naik QC and Greg Ó Ceallaigh of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team.
Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Tuesday 4 December 2018
Dublin returns to Italy give rise to an arguable breach of article 3 ECHR
Greg Ó Ceallaigh acts for the lead claimant in the successful challenge to the lawfulness of removals to Italy.
Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Monday 8 October 2018
Court of Appeal - detention of asylum seekers unlawful under Article 28 Dublin III
In a majority decision, the Court of Appeal (Etherton and Peter Jackson LLJ; Sales LJ dissenting) delivered a significant judgment affecting the lawfulness of detention of asylum seekers subject to the Dublin III Regulation.
Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Thursday 29 March 2018
Court of Appeal overturns decision that Pakistani national married to British woman should return to Pakistan to apply again for entry clearance
Greg Ó Ceallaigh of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team was instructed by Liam Doyle at M&K Solicitors.
Immigration Law | Monday 15 January 2018
TOEIC litigation—can decisions be challenged from within UK? (Ahsan v The Secretary of State for the Home Department)
Greg Ó Ceallaigh looks at the implications of the important judgment in Ahsan v The Secretary of State
Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law | Wednesday 6 December 2017
Migrants accused of cheating in English language test have in-country right of challenge, rules Court of Appeal
Greg Ó Ceallaigh of the Garden Court Chambers Immigration and Public Law Teams represented Ahsan, one of the appellants.